Transitional Housing
Recovery of Housing & Community Infrastructure
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Personal Stories
Titi Wahyuni (Candisingo), Tri Yanto and Ahmad Juari (Tinjon), Sleman

Tuti Mardiati, seamstress in Kali Tirto village, Sleman

Muniarsih, food stall owner in Dengkeng village, Klaten


Transitional Housing

Amount of funds: US$ 2.32 million
Implementation period: December 2006 - August 2007
Implementing agency: International Organization for Migration (IOM) and Cooperative Housing Foundation (CHF )
Partner agency: World Bank
Area of work: earthquake affected Central Java and Yogyakarta

The projects aimed to provide safe and durable transitional housing to eligible earthquake-affected families while permanent houses are rebuilt; thereby promoting early resumption of household activities. The project was completed and closed after the transitional housing needs had successfully been met.

Results Achieved:
  • Over 95% of beneficiary households felt that temporary housing enabled them to resume their normal household activities (e.g. children can study; family members can conduct economic activities at home; protection from rain and adverse weather conditions).
  • A total of 4,434 families received and constructed transitional houses; IOM provided 1,586 and CHF provided 2,848 transitional houses that conformed to the pre-agreed specifications.
  • Beneficiary satisfaction with constructed temporary housing was very high: 92-97% for men and 94-100% for women in Yogyakarta and Central Java.
  • 57% of beneficiaries continue to use t-shelters as an extension of their newly built permanent houses or other facilities such as kitchen, warehouse, mini-store and animal stalls. 17% of beneficiaries utilized components/materials of their t-shelter when constructing their permanent houses.

Personal Stories:
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